Evening Report: April 30

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Jose Mourinho has denied suggestions he told Jurgen Klopp he would leave Real Madrid for Chelsea this summer.

Mourinho is odds on favourite to return to Stamford Bridge, but claims he is not thinking about his future.

Robin van Persie reportedly gave his former Arsenal teammates a pep talk following the weekend draw with Manchester United.

The Red Devils striker told his ex-colleagues that he expects them to book a place in next season's Champions League.

Van Persie, meanwhile, is one of four leading contenders to be named Manchester United's player of the year, according to Sir Alex Ferguson.

The United boss believes Van Persie, Michael Carrick, David de Gea and Rafael would all be worthy recipients of the Sir Matt Busby trophy.

Manchester City have reportedly had an offer of £18.5million rejected for Roma midfielder Erik Lamela.

The Blues are now considering a second bid for the highly-rated 21-year-old.

Danny Rose has been told to snub a transfer to Sunderland and return to Tottenham at the end of the campaign.

The 22-year-old has been on loan with the Black Cats all season, but Andre Villas-Boas wants him back at White Hart Lane.

A Barcelona comeback against Bayern Munich on Wednesday is not impossible, says Dani Alves.

Barca trail Bayern 4-0 from the first leg, but a defiant Alves claims his side are up for the challenge.

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